We recommend a CPU with at least 2 cores. For memory, AOP initially consumes about 1GB RAM, but depending the prints it can go up to 4GB for the standard AOP version or 16GB for the high memory AOP version. In case you have larger documents, we recommend downloading the high memory version. We recommend 2GB of harddisk space; the executable and supporting files are about 1GB and we might create some temporary files and a log and error file.
Alternatively, you can download the latest ISO file or create bootable installation media of Windows 10 using the Media Creation Tool. Downloading Windows 10 ISO file is a more flexible option because you can save an ISO file and use it in various ways; like mount, ISO to upgrade Windows 10, or create a bootable USB/DVD from an ISO file using Rufus or your favorite Windows ISO to USB creator tool.
You're welcome, Guinness. I've just sent a review to Softpedia, including a heads-up to the site's administration about the bad download file.DuoExplorer was *almost* my choice for basic file management in two panes. I don't mind the lack of extra features, as I was looking for a minimalistic dual-pane file manager. Nevertheless, for me it has two drawbacks: It doesn't save the details-view column widths to its .INI file, and there's no option for vertical pane orientation -- they're strictly horizontal. Another thing: If I use list view in both panes, when restarting the app it remembers that setting for the active pane only. The inactive pane reverts to details view. There is no Settings menu, and editing the .INI file doesn't help. 59ce067264